Percentage complete based on Y or N for six categories.
Hello
I am trying to develop a formula that would provide percentage complete triggering on Y for each category. So, in short, if one Y is seen, display 18, if two Y's are seen, display 36, if three Y's are seen, display 54, if four Y's are seen, display 72, if five Y's are seen, display 90, and if six Y's are seen, display 100.
The formula below seems to be triggering but going in order from the first category to the six category. A Y can appear in any Test category in random order.
=IF(AND(TestOne@row = "Y"), "18", IF(AND(TestOne@row = "Y", TestTwo@row = "Y"), "36", IF(AND(TestOne@row = "Y", TestTwo@row = "Y", TestThree@row = "Y"), "54", IF(AND(TestOne@row = "Y", TestTwo@row = "Y", TestThree@row = "Y", TestFour@row = "Y"), "72", IF(AND(TestOne@row = "Y", TestTwo@row = "Y", TestThree@row = "Y", TestFour@row = "Y", TestFive@row = "Y"), "90", IF(AND(TestOne@row = "Y", TestTwo@row = "Y", TestThree@row = "Y", TestFour@row = "Y", TestFive@row = "Y", TestSix@row = "Y"), "100", ""))))))
I would like the formula to trigger on a Y on in any order.
Thanks
Cris
Best Answer

If all rows are next to each other, you can use
=MAX(COUNTIFS(TestOne@row:TestSix@row, @cell = "Y") * 18, 100)
If they are not next to each other, you will need to "add" your IFs together instead of nesting them.
=MAX(IF(TestOne@row = "Y", 18, 0) + IF(TestTwo@row = "Y", 18, 0) + IF(TestThree@row = "Y", 18, 0) + .................., 100)
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If all rows are next to each other, you can use
=MAX(COUNTIFS(TestOne@row:TestSix@row, @cell = "Y") * 18, 100)
If they are not next to each other, you will need to "add" your IFs together instead of nesting them.
=MAX(IF(TestOne@row = "Y", 18, 0) + IF(TestTwo@row = "Y", 18, 0) + IF(TestThree@row = "Y", 18, 0) + .................., 100)

Hello Cris!
The problem with the nested if formula is that it is a linear condition, so when one true condition is triggered jumps to the end.
If you combine the nested if with a counter it could work better I tried these and work for that scenario check the formula above to see if can help you.
=IF(COUNTIF(TestOne@row:TestSix@row, "Y") = 1, 18, IF(COUNTIF(TestOne@row:TestSix@row, "Y") = 2, 36, IF(COUNTIF(TestOne@row:TestSix@row, "Y") = 3, 54, IF(COUNTIF(TestOne@row:TestSix@row, "Y") = 4, 72, IF(COUNTIF(TestOne@row:TestSix@row, "Y") = 5, 90, IF(COUNTIF(TestOne@row:TestSix@row, "Y") = 6, 100, 0))))))
Good vibes
Jhair

The formula works Paul. So, can I get these to show up with the % sign? I tried the % symbol under tools but it provides a thousands for example 18 complete would show up as 1800%.

Divide by 100 then apply the % formatting.
=formula / 100

Thanks Paul. This worked.

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